Sept. 19, 2012: Aeroseal Expands into Canada, Ships Its 100th Duct Sealing System
This announcement comes as the company has shipped its 100th duct sealing system to distributors, a tally that began when the company was founded less than two years ago. The company said this milestone highlights the growing adoption of Aeroseal technology.
“From the beginning, our main focus has been on providing HVAC professionals with the training and support they need to successfully increase business revenue with a great new complementary service,” said Neal Walsh of Aeroseal. “For us, 100 systems shipped in such a short time means we are well on our way to meeting the growing demand from homeowners and others looking to reduce energy costs and increase indoor comfort and air quality.”
Developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory with partial funding from the U.S. Department of Energy, Aeroseal technology is an aerosol-based duct sealing solution that works from the inside of the ductwork. Shown to seal 95 percent of the duct leaks in most homes and commercial buildings, Aeroseal can save property owners 30 percent or more on their heating and cooling costs, said the company.
“Interest in energy conservation and indoor comfort has never been higher,” said Walsh. “Aeroseal offers a real solution to both of these concerns and now, with our ongoing expansion into Canada, Aeroseal is available to more people than ever before.”
For more information, visit www.aeroseal.com.
Publication date: 9/17/2012